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ABC
Sep 29, 2010 2:05am PDT
people are groomed, radicalized, and prepared for the so-called holy war," a german official said in announcing the closure. "we can't accept this happening in front of our eyes right in the middle of hamburg, and that's why we have closed this mosque today and have banned the cultural association," he says. officials now believe at least one team of german jihadists was dispatched to europe over the summer, traveling on german passports which require no visa to enter the u.s. >> the american authorities are extremely nervous about what is going on, the germans are extremely nervous about what is going on. >> reporter: the fears of an attack similar to what happened in mumbai, india, two years ago. u.s. law enforcement officials say the captured german said the new attack would be a commando-style raid against what were described as soft or economic targets. the attacks in mumbai were against hotels frequented by tourists. >> we are all seeing increased activity by a more diverse set of groups and a more diverse set of threats. >> reporter: it was just last week that u.s. official
PBS
Sep 28, 2010 5:30pm PDT
are limited and he has to push this issue very fast. regardless of whether he is well groomed or ready. that's the reason they need a regent. >> warner: barbara, is there no rival power center? in other words, the fact that the son was given military appointments? does that mean the military is behind this and the elites are behind this? >> i hate to say this on television but i don't know. >> warner: that's very refreshing. >> i don't think we know. is there an internal power struggle? very possibly. yes. if i were in the military, i don't know that i would be so happy about a 27-year-old leader-son. >> warner: you've done a lot of reporting based on north korean sectors. it's fair to say if he takes over any time soon he's going to inherit a country in far worse shape than his father inherited? >> the country was in bad shape when his father inherited it. but the leadership was still in good shape. people really loved kim il song, even defectors i talked to have reverence for him. kim jong il has never been that popular. years now of famine and deprivation, people, i don't think, believe i
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